VEDEM underground

VEDEM: THE UNDERGROUND MAGAZINE OF THE TEREZIN GHETTO is an art exhibit that deconstructs and reinterprets the literary work of the teenage Jewish creators of the longest-running underground magazine in a Nazi camp. Using a combination of pop-art graphics, archival photographs and cartoons, and the prose and poetry of teenage boy prisoners in Czechoslovakia’s Terezin Ghetto, VEDEM: THE UNDERGROUND MAGAZINE OF THE TEREZIN GHETTO breaks down the 83 weekly issues totaling the 800 pages of Vedem (“In The Lead” in Czech), then reconstructs them in the form of a contemporary magazine.


Los Angeles’s Simon Wiesenthal Center (May – July 2016)
The “BOX” at the Silverlake Independent JCC (January 2017)
El Paso Holocaust Museum (March 3 – June 3, 2017)
Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission (eight cities, 2017 – 18)
California State Capital Museum (April 2017, each January and April, 2018-20)
Holocaust Museum Houston (June – Fall 2017)
Oregon Jewish Museum & Center for Holocaust Education (Feb. 15 – June 15, 2018)
Jewish Museum Milwaukee (Feb. 28 – June 2, 2018)

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Branding, Environmental, Personal